4 - 6 FEBRUARY | 2023
The fashion photographer and creative director from Spain, Eva Losada (also known as Eva Al Desnudo in the art scene), has collaborated with Andrea Pisano, founder and creative director of AF Reflect Eyewear.
Luxury eyewear designer, Anna-Karin Karlsson highlights luxurious celebrity style in sunglass frame, Lucky goes to Vegas.
Polish independent label, Albert I’m Stein announces several new models including a statement style in their Angry Angel series.
The Austrian eyewear brand ANDY WOLF has launched its new metal eyewear concept for the Autumn/Winter 2022/23 season.
Bayria Eyewear presents the Caffè Rosati series, a series of eyewear inspired by the use of pure colour, immediacy and references to Pop Art.
Blackfin’s video about titanium explores the many benefits of the metal material which is the lead component of the Blackfin eyewear collections.
Charmant has released the second MINAMOTO collection, where designs are informed by several facets of Japanese culture.
British luxury eyewear brand Cutler and Gross launches new additions to their exclusive Colour Studio collection.
In line with a minimal design philosophy, DANSHARI proposes their latest best-selling styles as “frames of great quality” with an intrinsic value.
ESSILORLUXOTTICA has announced multiple product launches for the Mido 2023 fair, with new sunglasses introduced at Tiffany Eyewear, Giorgio Armani Eyewear, Prada.
A non-conformist design style, informed by the Memphis art movement of the 1980s, has inspired the latest FACE À FACE collections for Autumn/Winter 2022/23.
Horizons Optical has opened new offices in Sant Cugat del Valles, a municipality close to the city of Barcelona and the airport.
In Lapima’s latest eyewear and sunglasses collection, the creative director Gustavo Assis, imagines the beauty and rich colours of the Serra do Mar in Brazil, translating them into bold designs with a bright and vibrant style.
The latest Natural Future collection by LARA D' is made entirely of bio-plastic, a material composed of cellulose acetate and a plasticizer of vegetable origin.
British luxury eyewear brand Linda Farrow and Bajan brand, Peoples from Barbados (PFB) have announced a collaborative eyewear design, in the first chapter of a creative project
French manufacturer MOREL has announced a new updated logo, which incorporates an iconic cat in the design, an element that has appeared as part of its identity since the 1950s.
For the Autumn/Winter 2022, the Austrian brand NEUBAU EYEWEAR has presented a range of new optical glasses made of titanium and naturalPX.
NIDEK CO., LTD. is the global player in the design, manufacture, and distribution of ophthalmic, optometric, and lens edging equipment.
The Italian independent label Quoise Eyewear has created a new optical collection dedicated to the most beautiful marine protected areas in Italy.
Designed for a stylish and sophisticated customer, the new Split-Finish Moab by Raen breathes new life into one of the brand’s most popular Modern Classics.
Skaga has released an optical style featuring a new sport-inspired shape with ultra-light profiles enhanced by colours and finishing contrasts.
Visottica Group has announced the acquisition of 60% of the share capital of Ethos S.r.l., a company specialising in galvanic processing for the eyewear and fashion sectors.
Austrian label Andy Wolf has stepped up its commitment to sustainability in the future, dedicating the entire year to the motto, “Grow with Us”
The French company Anne & Valentin presents new models in its artistic sun and optical collection, where everything is created "based on feelings and emotions."
"When we think of the future, we are thinking of development, innovation and optimization. We strive to move forward, we reflect and improve, we keep some things and we develop some new things"
Bayria Eyewear has presented its new collection for the season, a mix of bold acetate frames with strong structures and experimental aesthetics.
The Blackfin One collection, a premium titanium line with contemporary, ‘sculpted’ shapes, sees the addition of bright new colours in the optical designs.
BRETT Eyewear presents the latest looks in the Qstom collection for men – a line offering absolute versatility to customise a quality pure titanium frame.
Centrostyle has launched a new line called Airport InArmocromia. From a union between the design of the Tokyo collection in acetate and the exploration of the world of colour.
Coco Song has revealed their new campaign imagery for the collections launching at MIDO 2022.
Covrt Project – the young London brand known for its street aesthetic fused with functionality, technical precision and cutting-edge technology – has confirmed successful uptake of its blue blocking lens coatings launched in Autumn 2021.
Eyoto, has announced the launch of a new approach to ophthalmic lens inspection that they say delivers quality control efficiency, accuracy and traceability for optical labs, while also providing valuable data to assist lab management.
Frost Hot glasses, the acetate collection by the German artisan brand, have added new innovative designs to their handmade series of frames.
Gigi Studios announces the new designs in its LAB collection, produced in lightweight, resistant materials.
The second collaboration between sheet metal specialists Haffmans & Neumeister and innovative stylist Marcus Paul further reveals their shared interests in aesthetics and design—this time with a particularly dynamic quality.
The Italian independent label HUMA takes a new stance on geometric shapes, with the latest sunglass styles offering a graphic and striking look.
The trendy French eyewear brand for all the family has announced its third collaboration collection with MoMA Design Store.
Describing the line as a one-of-a-kind collection, Jimmy Crystal New York prepares for its presentation of new designs, which include frames with Blue Light Blocking lenses which protect the eyes from blue light when using laptops, tablets and monitors.
A new, versatile optical line by KALEOS in memory titanium fuses the benefits of the flexible material with the contemporary fashion edge of the Barcelona-based brand.
The British company Kirk & Kirk has announced a brand new Italian acrylic collection called Centiles – available for order immediately.
KOMONO describe their Autumn/Winter 2021 optical collection as a line that revisits classic shapes expanding on well-established lines and the timeless look that is popular for the season.
L’Amy America, an optical manufacturing and distribution company headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, has won four optical industry awards, including EYEVOTE READER’s CHOICE FAVORITE FRAME COMPANY.
Lightbird, the Belluno-based eyewear company by Italian designer Corrado Rosson, announces new models and a fresh campaign for Spring/Summer 2022.
LOOK - made in Italia presents its new lines for Spring in a communication campaign inspired by Renaissance art.
LARA D', the artisan brand created in Northern Italy, has announced the launch of the new line MALAMA, produced in biodegradable materials.
From the Italian machinery company MEI comes a new lens edger – the BispheraTBA Phoenix, designed for any kind of small and large-scale lab.
Miga Studio has joined in a collaboration with HOET, a brand of eyewear known in the European eyewear sphere for their relentless pursuit of innovation with 3D titanium printing.
"This is our most imaginative Limited Edition to date, offering the highest quality materials and a bold, luxury aesthetic that's beautiful, individual and intense,"
In this new collaboration of the season, two female designers from Spanish brands have come together to co-work on a project rooted in design and sustainability.
PRODESIGN has announced that they are resuming their collaboration with Gail Spence by relaunching the No 1. Design with a new and contemporary look.
The Tyrolean eyeglasses manufacturer ROLF kicks off Spring/Summer 2022 with the introduction of a new tactile texture in their 3D printed collection made from beans.
RUDY PROJECT’s new Deltabeat combines the distinctive edgy design of the Italian brand with advanced lens technology.
The Venture collection is highlighted by Silhouette this season, designed for "both business and casual style" - to achieve versatility and quality in one.
SKUGGA Technology AB, the Stockholm-based tech company, has created an industry leading smart miniaturised eyewear module, designed specifically for eyewear fashion brands.
A new clip-on collection announced by SNOB MILANO consists of ten frames with magnetic clip-on sunglasses, the brand’s hallmark.
The SOL SOL ITO eyewear brand announces the launch of READ ON, a brand new concept of readers, built in to an iPhone case.
Playful assemblies reusing acetate offcuts, humorous design in a rainbow palette and a time for floral hues that bring light to the eyes and energise the soul.
The Belgian designers theo have explored the inspiring dance of the kite in flight in a new eyewear ‘family’, for autumn/winter 21/22.
TRACTION PRODUCTIONS, the French eyewear producer, has released new oversized ophthalmic designs with a strong 1980s aesthetic.
Multi-talented designer Veronika Wildgruber’s new eyewear styles – released this autumn/winter season – include the sunglass model Rocky, with a new colour palette of blackrose and blackbrown – with a graduated effect.
Italian eyewear components producer Visottica Comotec has completed the acquisition of the majority stake of Ookii, a company specialising in precision micromechanics
A new vintage-inspired ophthalmic frame by the Italian brand Viveur is launched for Spring/Summer in the brand's Heritage Collection.
VINYLIZE has previewed the Purple Pupil Protectors, a limited edition of five frames to celebrate the colour purple and music legend Prince.
VOLTE FACE, a brand of optical frames that brings together "the world of women’s fashion and the creative spirit of the JF REY eyewear company”.
William Morris London frames are designed for the new season to encapsulate the imagination and expressiveness of the latest fashion trends within the eyewear industry.
The new line announced by Woodys Eyewear comprises 11 men's models combining minimalism and elegance with touches of colour 'made in Woodys'.
X-Ide has introduced new frames in its X-Ide Original collection, where colours are fused together, bonding the layers of acetate and creating patterns which are described as "modern and feminine".